TAG: National Association of Landscape Professionals

People on the Move: Case names North American VP, Fecon appoints CEO, and more from NALP, Bayer and The Harvest Group

September 18, 2019By and

Case names North American VP, Fecon appoints CEO, NALP announces board of directors nominees, and more from Bayer and The Harvest Group. read more

Hardscape Solutions: Creating a stellar sportsplex

September 18, 2019By
Sportsplex tennis courts (Photo: Brian Koribanick)

The photos and story behind Landscape Techniques tackled a project involving a sportsplex in their clients' neighbors' old property. read more

The Big One: Drama in the desert

August 23, 2019By
Planned development (Photo: Yellowstone Landscape)

Location: Albuquerque, N.M. Company: Yellowstone Landscape Mesa del Sol is a mixed-use, master-planned development located outside of Albuquerque, N.M. Yellowstone Landscape has been maintaining the property for just over two and a half years. As the name suggests, Mesa del Sol is located on top of a mesa. It receives little rainfall and can experience 40-degree temperature swings in a... read more

Hardscape Solutions: Dilapidated to delightful

July 23, 2019By
Photo: Marshall Evan Photography

The Dawes Arboretum's Zand Education Center landscaping and patio was upgraded to award-winning status during a project by Hidden Creek Landscaping read more

NALP: Join for as little as $32 a month

July 22, 2019By

Now offering monthly payments! Membership with the National Association of Landscape Professionals can be as little as $32 a month, making it easier than ever to access online education, business toolkits, and a network of peers unlike any other! Join now. read more

At 2019 Renewal & Remembrance industry gives back to those who served

July 17, 2019By
Frank Mariani, owner of Mariani Landscape, addresses the volunteers at the 2019 Renewal & Remembrance. “This place simply takes your breath away,” he said of Arlington National Cemetery. (Photo: Seth Jones)

It was a busy and productive day at the 23rd annual Renewal & Remembrance, held earlier this week in Arlington, Va. More than 400 landscape professionals visited Arlington National Cemetery and volunteered their time and talents to improve the 624-acre cemetery that serves as the resting place for 400,000. On Monday alone, 31 funerals took place at Arlington National, with... read more